Fighters have weighed in for the first United Combat Championship (UCC), which takes place in Dundee tomorrow.
New international star Stuart Armstrong accepts Scotland have be nigh on perfect for the rest of their qualifying campaign to give themselves any chance of going to Russia 2018.
The Saudi Arabian Football Federation has apologised for “any offence caused” after its players declined to join in a minute’s silence in memory of the London Bridge attacks before the start of a World Cup qualifying match.
A Dundee-born football coach who says he’s “lucky to be alive” after suffering a stroke aged just 51 has revealed he is now planning to undergo a pioneering £10,000 treatment.
Extra security measures are to be put in place for Scotland’s World Cup qualifier against England in Glasgow this weekend in the wake of recent terrorist attacks.
Dundee's poor season in the Scottish Premiership has been reflected in their appearances on the BBC Sportscene highlights show.
Dundee FC miracle worker Barry Smith is to be unveiled as the new Raith Rovers boss this afternoon.
Tributes have poured in for a “legend” of Dundee’s American football scene after he lost his battle with cancer.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says Paul Hartley was “very unfortunate” to be sacked by Dundee two weeks ago.
A football fan has scooped an incredible £20k after placing a £3 bet.
A non-league team on the west coast of Scotland may have set a new record by scoring the fastest goal ever.
Dundee CCS Stars set off for Nottingham on Friday as they prepared for the biggest weekend in their Elite League history.
Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon and Morton boss Jim Duffy are likely to face Scottish Football Association disciplinary action after a dramatic touchline argument.
After Barcelona’s shock comeback against Paris St Germain in the Champions League last-16, there will have been a few sizeable betting wins, but surely none more specific than this one.
At a time when the behaviour of footballers and their managers is coming under ever increasing scrutiny, it’s becoming clear they could learn a lot from their rugby counterparts.